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  • Re: tyndale greek new testament

    I, too, am really curious if I should spring for this in addition to NA28 & UBS-5. What does it bring to the table outside of a few variants in the Byzantine traditio (unless I am completely mistaken 😊)?
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Jan 11 2019
  • Re: where to start with greek/hebrew?

    [quote user="Hamilton Ramos"] Hi Pudding: You seem to me like someone that can do some innovative studies. So in that line consider the following: Use some resources that use English grammar to facilitate learning of Koine like the ones in: https://www.logos.com/products/search?q=English+grammar+for+greek Then compare to other grammars in different
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Jan 11 2019
  • Re: where to start with greek/hebrew?

    [quote user="Adam Olean"] [quote user="Puddin’"] [quote user="Adam Olean"] [quote user="Adam Olean"] Hi, Landon. I would seriously consider Biblical Language Center's Live Video Classes . You won't regret it. There's a special discount for a husband and wife (or any other two from the same household) taking classes together. You can also get a
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Jan 11 2019
  • Re: Can I get Hebrew glosses when I hover over a word, and not just Strong's numbers?

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] [quote user="Reuben Helmuth"]According to the screenshot, it looks to me like BHS/WIVU (which doesn't have English glosses in the info tooltips).[/quote] WIVU Constituency Trees has Interlinear option to show German & English glosses: Screen shot shows hover on a word has lemma pop-up. Keep Smiling [/quote
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Jan 10 2019
  • Re: where to start with greek/hebrew?

    [quote user="Adam Olean"] [quote user="Adam Olean"] Hi, Landon. I would seriously consider Biblical Language Center's Live Video Classes . You won't regret it. There's a special discount for a husband and wife (or any other two from the same household) taking classes together. You can also get a discount from former students. Feel free to send me a
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Jan 10 2019
  • Re: where to start with greek/hebrew?

    For what it‘s worth, as someone currently taking Greek II (obviously already had Greek I) & Hebrew I, I have found it true that Greek tends to get more difficult as you go along (think participles & infinitives 😡!) - while, as Dr. Van Pelt himself said in his class - Hebrew loads you down w. the difficult stuff at the beginning &
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Jan 10 2019
  • Re: How to Highlight & Copy/Paste from a MAC?

    Thanks much Martin and JT. I will give customer service a ring and also look into the links you provided. Will probably just upgrade to L8 no matter what current software I am using (since I am in the learning phase anyway).
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Jan 7 2019
  • Re: How to Highlight & Copy/Paste from a MAC?

    Thanks Gents. Will check on what you have suggested above and tag back in.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Jan 7 2019
  • Re: How to Highlight & Copy/Paste from a MAC?

    Thanks Gents. Will take a look soon (on iPad now) at the specific plan that I have, but I am almost certain that I have Faithlife Essentials. What would be the benefit in upgrading to L8?
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Jan 7 2019
  • Re: How to Highlight & Copy/Paste from a MAC?

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"] [quote user="Puddin’"]I can highlight select a portion of the material I have open, but cannot locate the highlight options (even w. a right click).[/quote] Is that what you mean to say? In any case, you should open the highlighting tool from the tools menu. Are you running L7 or L8? This thread may be moved to the
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, Jan 6 2019
  • Re: How to Highlight & Copy/Paste from a MAC?

    [quote user="Roy"] More or less the same way it is done with windows. In MS Windows you can use Crtl-C to copy and Ctrl-V to paste. On the Mac the "Cmd" key is the same thing as "Ctrl" in windows so on the Mac use Cmd-C to copy and Cmd-V to paste. [/quote] Thank you. I have used Olive Tree for years and they are very user friendly and easy to use. I
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Jan 5 2019
  • How to Highlight & Copy/Paste from a MAC?

    Having trouble figuring out how to highlight & copy/paste from my MacBook Air (?). My apologies for all of the random questions recently. Absolutely love Logos, but still trying to figure out all the technological secret handshakes, nods, and winks 🤓.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Jan 5 2019
  • Re: A Couple of Selections by Prominant Hebrew Scholars

    [quote user="Reuben Helmuth"] [quote user="Puddin’"]Incidentally, does anyone know how to copy-paste from Kindle?[/quote] If you're on a Mac you can use Calibre to convert a Kindle book to a number of formats including .docx which you can then use to create a Personal book in Logos. Not sure of the options on Windows. [/quote] Oh wow! I didn’t
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Tue, Jan 1 2019
  • Re: A Couple of Selections by Prominant Hebrew Scholars

    Does any software carry Alter’s new Hebrew translation? Wow, I would really love to have this in a copy-paste format. Incidentally, does anyone know how to copy-paste from Kindle?
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Mon, Dec 31 2018
  • Re: Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek

    Yes, would love to have this lexicon in software. As mentioned, Brill is always off the charts w. their prices. Did not know about the Cambridge lexicon. Looks promising. Personally, I already have virtually every grammar, lexicon, diagram, etc. known to mankind...and what my wife doesn’t know won’t hurt her 🤓!
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Wed, Dec 26 2018
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    [quote user="DAL"] [quote user="Lee"] [quote user="DAL"] I do, however, despise church leaders who will not hire a good minister because he doesn’t use the KJVO or the ASV1901 for that matter. I prefer the ASV1901 if I had to choose an older translation, but I prefer the NASB1977 or 1995, the NKJV and the NASB. [/quote] You're on the same page
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Wed, Dec 26 2018
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    Thank you to every single post. Will go back and reread your input several times. God bless!
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Dec 25 2018
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Lee"]But if it is done in the context of presenting original, authoritative conclusions, the whole undertaking would be called into question. Textual criticism is not an entry-level subject.[/quote] Grrr ... I'm being turned into a grump. Every subject is at some point an entry-level subject ... you've got to start
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Dec 25 2018
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    [quote user="DAL"] [quote user="Puddin’"] [quote user="Lee"] Luke 1. Why is the part shown in the picture sectioned off? I would hazard a guess of scribal error, but a lot more is needed than one page to establish a pattern. I hate to say it, but if your friend can't make out what he is reading, why handle manuscripts directly in the first place
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Dec 25 2018
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    [quote user="Lee"] Luke 1. Why is the part shown in the picture sectioned off? I would hazard a guess of scribal error, but a lot more is needed than one page to establish a pattern. I hate to say it, but if your friend can't make out what he is reading, why handle manuscripts directly in the first place? [/quote] Thanks so very much! To be honest,
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Dec 25 2018
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